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Our new Wealth Manager website

Our new Wealth Manager website

After six months of major technological innovation our new website is finally here.

The redesign is aimed to enhance the user experience, while continuing to deliver all your favourite features.

These include breaking news, alongside a dedicated sections which provide in-depth analysis and investment insights from top fund and wealth managers.

For the quantitative junkies out there, the Investments tab will transport you to our fund data storage section, providing granular detail on the thousands of funds we track.  

The new site also showcases our Wealth Manager cover star profiles and details of the extensive range of events we run throughout the year.

Further updates to the site are in the pipeline. If you have any comments or recommendations please email support@citywire.co.uk

We hope you enjoy your new Wealth Manager experience.

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